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Akvarijum „Kragujevac“
Serbia

Akvarijum "Kragujevac" je prvi javni slatkovodni akvarijum u Srbiji. Nalazi se u prostorijama Prirodno-matematičkog fakulteta u Kragujevcu. Na око 400 m² izloženo je preko 350 akvarijuma čija ukupna zapremina iznosi preko 60 000 litara vode. U akvarijumima možete videti živi svet kopnenih voda, kako naše zemlje i Balkanskog poluostrva, tako i tropskih i subtropskih područja Afrike, Južne Amerike, Azije i Australije. Pored brojnih vrsta riba iz slatkovodnih ekosistema naših krajeva, mogu se videti egzotične tropske ribe (skalari, oskari, neonke, diskusi, trihogasteri, pirane ...), vodozemci (žabe i daždevnjaci), gmizavci (kornjače i zmije), kao i različite vrste beskičmenjaka (sunđeri, dupljari, planarije, gliste, pijavice, puževi, školjke, rakovi ...). U okviru Akvarijuma nalazi se mrestilišlte u kome se razmnožavaju i gaje retke i ugrožene vrste riba. Tu je i laboratorija za naučno–eksperimentalni rad iz oblasti hidrobiologije i zaštite vodenih ekosistema. Prirodno-matematički fakultet, ul. Radoja Domanovića br. 12 tel. +381 34 30 02 46,

http://www.pmf.kg.ac.rs/akvarijum.html

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